Valentine’s day themed art can be as simple as printmaking with paper hearts. With just a few materials that are readily found around your home or classroom, your children can create beautiful heart-shaped prints.
Archives for January 2013
Lacing cards are a fun and simple way to build fine motors in preschool-aged children, especially when they are holiday themed.
Hearts are a wonderful shape for sorting, graphing, counting, estimating, and more! Come and see how we put our hearts and minds to work as we explored a little heart math fun!
Introducing and exploring the writing and printing process through the use of salt trays in preschool…
Introducing the artful process of tape rubbings as we continue our exploration of kaleidoscopes in preschool.
Exploring design, shapes, and colors as we explore the book “I See a Song” and the making of our own kaleidoscope designs in preschool!
Dreading those cold winter days? See how just spending a few minutes outdoors can make your whole day a better, happier experience.
Continuing with our morning of fixing things by fixing plates, knives, forks, spoons, and a few pictures too!
Exploring how snow melts and turns into water with this fun and simple snowman in a bag science activity!
Building on the book “Fix-It” by David McPhail, the children explore different tools that they can use to fix things in our preschool classroom.
We enjoyed the wonderful process of gummy bear science in our preschool classroom. Come and check out this amazing process and the book too!
A new find at the Dollar store led to a wonderful weaving process for preschoolers.